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for the families and survivors and witnesses, dr. keith ablow, he makes boston his home, he is our guest in a moment. >> make no mistake, we will get to the bottom of this. and we will find out who did this. we'll find out why they did this. any responsible -- any responsible individuals, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice. bill: all right fox news alert now, we mentioned this right before the break. of the homeland security secretary nap already started -- judge andrew napolitan janet tpwha pal tan so talked about how the fbi wants to speak with two men seen in the video of the marathon on monday afternoon. she did not call them suspects. here is her comment ha moment ago from the hearing on the hill. >> we have been collecting video from a variety of sources as you might imagine at the finish line of the boston marathon there is lots and lots than video. there is some video that has raised the question of those that the f.b.i. would like to speak with. i wouldn't characterize them as suspects under the technical term, but we need the public's help in locating t
're jam packed today. dr. keith ablow on the american psyche after the latest terror attack on what i'm calling a soft, very hard to defend target. and also, someone who says dish network's move to buy sprint could revolutionize your tv and your phone experience. that's interesting. and we'll talk to the first ever space tourist. he's raising at least a billion dollars to send a couple to mars and back. will they sue for divorce when they get back? we shall see. nearly 9 million collect social security disability. that's a record. why is this happening? after the break our next guest says it's not people gaming the system. it's not fraud. it's not fake back pain. so what is it? he makes his case after this. clients aralways learning more to make their money do more. (ann) to help me plan my next move, i take scottrade's free, in-branch seminars... plus, their live webinars. i use daily market commentary to improve my strategy. and my local scottrade office guides my learning every step of the way. because they know i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. i'm with scottrade. (an
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is happening on the developing minds of our children. dr. keith ablow is a member of our fox news medical a-team. so a big ole study was done over seas on thousands of children to see how media, how digital media, everything from your iphone to television, to video games, how they're all affecting our kids and the short answer is tv videos, dvd's et cetera for a few hours a day, they conclude that these lead to conduct problems, emotional symptoms and relationship problems by the time your kid is seven. >> and no surprise, megyn, because these substitutes for human contact don't reproduce human contact. you know, over 90% of human communication is said to be nonverbal. it's a turn of phrase or a look, a glance. if you are disconnected from that, how are you to then proceed into relationships in a robust, honest, em pathetic way? you're not, you're use today dealing with machines. >> megyn: and a mother and sister were trying to have dinner at the restaurant and gave the 4-year-old and 7-year-old an iphone or ipad to entertain themselves toe the two people could have a conversation over dinn
be revealing a lot about you. dr. keith ablow here to explain what your gentleman have gentleman -- what your java is revealing. we've all had ten cups by now, brian. >>brian: you're going to have to take a blood test after the show. coming up between 6 and 9, football coach lou holz about paying players in college. guns and archery, the stars of swamp people are here with a special guest who i believe bites. and we're going prehistoric with t-rex. show me another show exactly like this and i will show you you are lying. "fox & friends" soon. changing the world is exhausting business. with the innovating and the transforming and the revolutionizing. it's enough to make you forget that you're flying five hundred miles an hour on a chair that just became a bed. you see, we're doing some changing of our own. ah, we can talk about it later. we're putting the wonder back into air travel, one innovation at a time. the new american is arriving. >> you're probably waking up right now. you may like your coffee black or maybe fancier. however you like your coffee in the morning, it may reveal a lot abo
to weigh in, dr. keith ablow, medical "a" team and bronwyn, the author of the book "accelerated." great to have both of you here. >> nice to be here. >> thank you. >> alisyn: dr. ablow, let me start with you. we remember the kids from the grade schools and the high schools who didn't test well. and they would choke on tests. now we learned from this study in taiwan that there is a gene in these kids' brains that make these high stress testing situations tougher for them than for other kids. does this change the way we're supposed to test students? >> we hope not. we know if we look for every gene comprising the human genome, we'll find variations. those who say "don't test kids anymore" because there are people genetically predisposed to do less well in the circumstances are the people who said don't have football games anymore. you got to start some people ten yards in front of the other people. because their legs are genetically not as strong, not as muscular. we already have systems in place if you have a dig knowsed disorder you can take tests untimed, you can get extra help. but th
-girlfriend. is this normal or nuts? dr. keith ablow is here. first, on this day in history, 1966 "soul inspiration" by the righteous brothers. later, steve will name both righteous brothers [ male announcer ] how do you measure happiness? by the armful? by the barrelful? e carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. ♪ [ male announcer ] this is a stunning work of technology. ♪ this is the 2013 lexus es and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. ♪ i've got the power people lose 5x more weight following the weight watchers approach than trying on their own. you can too. ♪ ♪ you've got the power ♪ ♪ oh, yeah ♪ get the power the new weight watchers 360 program. ♪ whoo! join for free and check out the new risk free guarantee today. because it works. >> gretchen: am i normal or nuts? the question everyone asks once in a while. it's a question we ask dr. keith ablow every week. joining me now to answer your e mails, psychiatrist dr. keith ablow. w
not restore trust in wall street, does it? and dr. keith ablow joins us, and truth and-- >> you try to. stuart: you know what happened and i'm saying this this is -- this represents the decline of trust, not just in social media, but in wall street as well. and i know you're going to agree with me. >> well, yes and listen, i'd he be loathe to put america on the couch and say, you're being paranoid. no, you're being realistic because you can't trust a system that seems to be a liability upon a lie. i'm not sure the markets aren't cut free anyhow from reality. you see the markets surging despite bad data regarding printing money and the rest. >> you're saying that social media does not deal in objective truth. >> correct. so what you're saying, basically you saw a lie taint the market for a short time and then it rebounded. that could be reassuring to people, but what you really see and the reason that people are going to be dismayed by this and saying, well, i don't know if i can trust anything is how easy it is for fibs and fiction to invade the market. that's the headline here. the market res
to a new survey, more americans are stressed out about work now than they were last year. with us now is dr. keith ablow. thank you for coming on the show tonight. >> thank you for having me speak on these numbers are worse than last year. what's going on? >> i think what is going on is the increasing degree to which people are running their lives while running their work lives. so that multitasking is rampant in the workplace. there is no downtown from your social life. there is no downtime from your work life. burning the candle at four and is taking a toll. gerri: you're absolutely right. with blackberry and ipad, is it possible to turn off? should people be more disciplined about not -- without having a day when they are not on these electronic devices? >> it would be so important and so healing if people were to do that. but we are addicted to these things. folks take these things to the restroom with them. they go back to their desks to get a blackberry or an iphone, even if they are going to the washroom. that is one problem. the second thing is when you are at work, there is downsi
want to tell jill we're going to have dr. keith ablow on and he's written a beautiful piece about what you should tell your children. it's very poignant. we'll talk to him live. he finishes the piece by tell your children we cannot be defeated because the truth wins every time and we in america hold these truths to be self-evident. tell them that liberty is a marathon. thank you for being with us, jill. >> i love that. thank you. >>brian: 18 minutes after the hour. steve? >>steve: thanks, brian. this morning doctors are working to treat more than 144 people injured in yesterday's bombing. most of them hit with shrapnel, ball bearings, b-b's. today investigators need to figure out what kind of bomb could have caused that explosion. we have a former commanding officer in the nypd bomb squad. he joins us live. good morning toufplt >> good -- good morning to you. >>steve: we're going to put up some of the videos we have. tell us what you can by looking at pictures of the explosion. we've got a number of them. here is right at the finish line. >> of course a person -- the first thing you se
. dr. keith ablow is a psychiatrist and member of the fox news medical a team. hi, keith. >> how are you? >>alisyn: what do you hear when you hear the father and aunt railing against people obviously it couldn't be these boys? are they in denial or is this part of the problem that the parents and relatives are always blaming other people? >> i don't think you can call it denial because you hear other relatives of these men saying how horrified they are, how reprehensible this is. so as a psychiatrist and a forensic psychiatrist myself, you have to think about the crucible in which these young men were created. and they were created partly surrounded by people who are irrational, who are rejecting of fact and who could have left those boys feeling, by the way, very isolated psychologically and emotionally, very impoverished in terms of their internal world, even depressed. >>alisyn: we know that the older one, the 26-year-old one who was considered sort of ringleader, did he say he didn't have any friends in the united states? he didn't understand americans? he did feel isolated?
from time to time, am i normal or am i nuts? dr. keith ablow is here to answer your e-mails. thank you for joining us this morning. >> it's a pleasure. >> nice seeing you. >> the first question comes from a husband. it's about his wife. he says is my wife nuts. she sometimes uses multiple plates when eating because she cannot have any of her food touching. i have heard about kids doing this. i don't want my green beans to touch my mash potatoes. >> when it is your wife and she is grabbing separate plates to prevent this from happening it's a little crazy a little nuts and a little bit on the obsessive come compulsive disorder. what else does she fear is contaminated if she gets too close to it in terms of her own boundaries. that's the question. make sure that's not invading other parts of the relationship. a little therapy can help. a little melting ice cream touching a cookie can help. or eat a sandwich. >> coming up next, i am a hand washing fanatic. it began 28 years ago when my daughter was born and now i am 58 and my hands are a nightmare with dryness, cracking especially in the
to be on a list. it's very touchy. let's pull up for a moment. dr. keith ablow, who's going to join us most likely tomorrow, wrote an amazing piece this morning that everybody should read x. he says: martha: doctor, do you agree? >> well, you know, this is obviously a very complicated issue. the fact is that only 4% of homicides are committed by people with mental illness. what we immediate to be looking at are specifically the dangerously mentally ill, those with disorders like schizophrenia and bipolar. if you look at these shootings, what they all have in common were they were all committed by sort of this paranoid loner type who had an axe to grind with society. and this had been going on for a while. we need people to be more aware of this and act before it's too late. martha: so how do you do that, chuck? do you develop a database that a psychologist or a psychiatrist who's licensed can say i recommend this person not be allowed to purchase a gun? is that what you do? >> no. i think picking up on what the doctor said is that what we need to be able to do is identify these people earlier and
by dr. keith ablow who has written a fantastic piece about the holes in this whole conversation when it comes to mental health. he is a forensic psychiatrist and a member of the fox news medical a-team. dr. keith ablow, good to have you with us this morning. >> thanks, martha. martha: where are the holes here? we talk about background checks, right? >> yes. martha: if you can't connect the dots here there is no stopping these guys. >> exactly right. what all this gun legislation, restricting firearms or increasing background checks fails to address is the real problem which is untreated mental i will el ness and a mental health care system that is completely severed from anything like the ability to deliver outpatient services on an as-needed basis, sometimes involuntary littlely. we have allowed our mental health care system to become decrepit. people are falling through gaping holes in the system. it really has nothing to do with guns as we just saw in the mass stabbing in texas. and as we should have learned in 1927 when 38 children were killed with home-made explosives at a schoo
to speak to somebody? we have dr. keith ablow. >> gretchen: then look at this video. there is no reason he should be alive right now. stars of "swamp people" and" the gator" here live. >> steve: the aflac question of the day, born in 1961, this actor and comedian lent his voice to the shrek series. who is snow be the first to e-mail with the correct answer, you're our winner i'm over the hill. my body doesn't work the way it used to. past mprime? i'm a victim of a slowing metabolism? i don't think so. new great grains protein blend. protein from natural ingredients like seeds and nuts. it helps support a healthy metabolism. new great grains protein blend. since aflac is helping with his expenses while he can't work, he can focus on his recovery. he doesn't have to worry so much about his mortgage, groceries, or even gas bills. kick! kick... feel it! feel it! feel it! nice work! ♪ you got it! you got it! yes! aflac's gonna help take care of his expenses. and us...we're gonna get him back in fighting shape. ♪ [ male announcer ] see what's happening behind the scenes at ducktherapy.com. >
to talk to dr. keith ablow or somebody is tonight if they knock him off because of the press conference. it's very hard for people to process. i bet you get a calls tomorrow for people looking for some kind of rationale and there really isn't any kind of rationale. >> i know. we were just trying to gather people's memories of what had happened to them today. it didn't seem like it was a day more hard nosed politics because we don't really have -- >> bill: no. we have got to wait and see what direction the investigation goes. all right, howie, thanks very much. we appreciate you helping us out. >> thank you, bill. >> bill: i want to go to ed henry at the white house because i'm going to have to inject some politics in here, ed. it's absolutely appropriate to do so and it's in context. the president came up a little bit earlier and he did, as i said earlier, what he had to do. he reassured the nation that justice will be done. that's what everybody wants. however, there was pressure on president obama, and i don't even know whether he knows it, because of the fiasco in libya, which we sti
american wife and possibly his younger brother. dr. keith ablow is here in how it could possibly work. it's surprising an american wife and three-year-old daughter. and rush to judgment we're hearing reports that the administration is suggesting no outside groups this any influence on the brothers. how do they know that so quickly? >> that is request why we have investigations. that is why we relentlessly gather the facts and that is why we have courts. that is why we take care not to rush to judgment. tony used priceline to book this 4 star hotel. tell 'em why. free breakfast with express deals, you can save big and find a hotel with free breakfast without bidding. don't you just love those little cereal boxes? priceline savings without the bidding. ♪ beep beep what?a score alert ♪if you set your phone to vibrate ♪ ♪ then it might alert your button flies all the ♪ ♪ girls and the guys wanna keep that credit score ♪ ♪ high like a private jet free-credit-score-dot-com ♪ ♪ don't forget! narrator: offer applies with enrollment in freecreditscore.com 8% every 10 years.age
number. so is that normal or is she a little nuts? dr. keith ablow weighs in on that shortly. >> brian: then we told you about those free cell phones our government hands out. the program is full of fraud. up next, an easy way to change that. but it's pretty controversial ♪ if loving you is wrong you [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. resulting in unexpected power and agility. experience the adventurous, all-powerful gator rsx850i. sixty-two horsepower, a fully independent multi-link suspension and a top speed of 53 miles per hour. it's a whole new species of gator. right now, visit your dealer or johndeere.com/gator to get $800 off the gator rsx850i. ever heard of a lil' something called weight watchers online? ♪ i was adding onounds ting my feelings ♪ ♪ but weight watchers saved my behind ♪ ♪ crash, ba alakazam ♪ i lost my weight online ♪ now i'm schooled iall the tools, the plan's a snap ♪ ♪ there's a really cool a
had made. fox news medical a-teamers dr. keith ablow, he is a psychiatrist and doctor, good morning to you. >> hey, bill. bill: you look at this, and shake your head and so much of this is past due, it is over time. what do you think about the way she responded? >> well, first of all, if you believe someone as a psychiatrist, if you believe someone is homicidal, you don't just have a duty to call some campus police outfit. you have a duty to hospitalize that person. take him off the streets. that could have prevented this tragedy, and i guess for all those folks who think that banning weapons is the answer, here's the answer. she knew. his psychiatrist knew. didn't do the right thing apparently. neither did the campus police and the tragedy could have been prevented. bill: so she went to authorities. that is what she required to do. she followed the letter of the law to that point. >> no. bill: i'm finding that campus police did nothing! we now, hang on one second, we now know that campus police say they had no contact at any point with holmes. why not? >> well the campus police, wh
camera three operator ted will follow up. >> brian: tomorrow is ted normal or nuts? dr. keith ablow answers that question. on a tuesday morning. good morning. breaking developments moments ago from the white house. president obama will hold a news conference in about 9 minutes from now. it is slated for 10:15 eastern time. there is so much to cover. i'm bill hemmer. welcome to "america's newsroom." a bit of a surprise. martha: a news conference coming up in a while. good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum. there is whole host of issues the president could address but one would think the situation in syria would be front and center. bill: we have wendell goler on the north lawn. wendell, what is this all about? >> reporter: last time the president held a solo news conference was mid-january. his aides said he wowed them at correspondents dinner but didn't take questions. so he is due. he will take questions about 10:15 or so. as you say syria likely to dominate the list of questions and whether or not the president has backed away from his warning to bashar al-assad using chem
coming up today at 9 till noon. great guests, mike emanuel, how do you say it? steve doocy. dr. keith ablow, more of a personal visit. >>gretchen: president obama claims his budget is a balanced approach to cut spending, but with across-the-board tax hikes and fees exceeding $1 trillion, many on the other side are disagreeing. here to weigh in is stuart varney. you don't get distracted do you? >> certainly not during a promo of brian's radio show. this budget is fantasy. i hate to be too harsh, but lets get real here, shall we? this budget does not -- repeat -- does not cut the debt; okay? it does not cut spending. it does not. it taxes the rich some more and pretends that the rich by being taxed more can pay for all of these -- >>brian: he already cut $1.2 trillion out of the budget. he said that in his speech yesterday in the rose garden. >> what he's done is to propose a cut in the rate of increase in spending. a cut in the rate of increase in the debt. right now total debt $16.8 trillion. at the end of the obama second term $20 trillion. that's not a cut. it's a gain. >>steve: tha
will follow up. >> brian: tomorrow is ted normal or nuts? dr. keith ablow answers that question. on a tuesday morning. good morning. breaking developments moments ago from the white house. president obama will hold a news conference in about 9 minutes from now. it is slated for 10:15 eastern time. there is so much to cover. i'm bill hemmer. welcome to "america's newsroom." a bit of a surprise. martha: a news conference coming up in a while. good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum. there is whole host of issues the president could address but one would think the situation in syria would be front and center. bill: we have wendell goler on the north lawn. wendell, what is this all about? >> reporter: last time the president held a s
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